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Cuba Extends Promotion on Cell Phone Activation Plans

HAVANA, Cuba, (acn) The Cuban Telecommunications Enterprise (ETECSA) announced  the extension for another month of a promotion under which locals who activate a line during that period receive a credit of $20 in pre-paid minutes Read More

Vietnamese students in Cuba celebrate Uncle Ho’s birthday

Vietnamese students have held a wide range of activities in Villa Clara and Matanzas provinces in Cuba to mark the 35th anniversary of Southern Liberation Day and the 120th birthday of President Ho Chi Minh.  Read More

New Latino HOF announces inaugural class

The new Latino Baseball Hall of Fame has decided on its inaugural class of 25 standout Latin ballplayers and broadcasters. Read More

Cuba to Host Festival on African Roots

Havana, Cuba, May 14 (acn) Havana will host, from May 25th through the 28th, the 21st edition of the Wemilere Festival on African Roots Read More

Cuba Standard Exclusive: Oil group gets license for Cuba trip

The International Association of Drilling Contractors received a travel license from the U.S. Department of Treasury Wednesday, allowing the Houston-based group to send a delegation to Cuba within three months, Tampa attorney Al Fox told Cuba Standard. Read More

Tour in Cuba could include poetry festival

A tour of Cuba might take in some of the country's rich history and culture, but fans of the spoken word might want to arrange a date for the International Poetry Festival. Read More

Cuba: Debates at Farmers Congress Focus on Actual Ag Problems

HAVANA, Cuba, May 15 (acn) Representatives of Cuban farmers and the Ministry of Agriculture debated on the actual problems Cuba is facing in this sphere Read More

Cubans march against homophobia

HAVANA — Hundreds of gay and lesbian activists, some dressed in drag and others sporting multicolored flags representing sexual diversity, marched and danced through the streets of Havana on Saturday Read More

NYT: U.S. Said to Allow Drilling Without Needed Permits

WASHINGTON — The federal Minerals Management Service gave permission to BP and dozens of other oil companies to drill in the Gulf of Mexico without first getting required permits Read More

LA JORNADA: New Agricultural Formula in Cuba Benefits Farmers

This is the weekend that the National Association of Small Farmers [ANAP] is holding its congress in Cuba. Read More